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... bird to make. These birds are not very smart, how could they not hear/see us coming??
It is 8:30am and we see the beautiful mountains in the distance ahead of us. The kids are still asleep. There is a tanker in front of us dropping stones, that most assuredly will be shattering our windshield! The mile sign said 88 miles to Jackson, Wyoming! Excited fists!
We just did our 3000th mile in Jackson, Wyoming!
... a ridge called
the Sweetwater Rocks-370 feet deep, 1,500 feet long, and only 50 feet
wide in places."
Tony and I didn't explore this little site but here is some interest info on:
Martin's Cove "is a sagebrush-covered tract of several hundred acres, surrounded by
rocks near Devil's Gate on the Sweetwater River. It is named for the
Martin Handcart Company, ...
... against acne. Eliminate the bacteria that triggers acne while boosting your immune system with the aid of apple cider vinegar and garlic. Toothpaste with no sodium lauryl sulfate is an effective acne treatment as it could reduce the acne size overnight. Witch hazel, lavender, and Boswellia are great natural products that help in minimizing the inflammation due to acne. The most essential thing that you should bear in mind to proficiently ...
Don't knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while.
- Kin Hubbard
I really do have more to talk about than the weather. The fact that it is playing such a predominate role in these blog posts is not what I intended when we planned this trip for early-September. In fact everyone assured us we should have ...
... hike. From Cold Springs to Scenic Pass is mostly uphill with a vertical gain of well over 1,000 feet. The trail then starts to descend toward DinwoodyCreek and the Glacier Trail, which parallels the creek to the west. Portions of the trail were wet and other parts were snow-covered. It got wetter after going over the pass. After about 6 1/2 hours of hiking we camped for the night.